Robert Maynard (c. 1684 – 4 January 1751) was a lieutenant and later captain in
the Royal Navy. He served as first lieutenant of HMS Pearl, most famous for his ...
Robert C. Maynard was a journalist, a philanthropist, and a black leader that
worked to change the face of American Journalism. To learn more about this ...
Only a few days before, Lieutenant Robert Maynard of the Royal Navy had been
ordered to find and kill "Blackbeard." Finding him had not been difficult, but it ...
Jun 8, 2011 ... As Lieutenant Robert Maynard of the British Royal Navy, he slew Captain
Edward Teach a.k.a "Blackbeard" the Pirate aboard his gunless sloop ...
Robert Maynard (c. 1684 – 4 January 1751) was a British lieutenant and later
captain in the Royal Navy and the First Lieutenant of HMS Pearl. In November ...
African-American journalist Robert C. Maynard made great strides in the
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But it is the legacy of Robert Maynard Hutchins which is still avidly discussed and
debated. Although Hutchins brought his own ideas and innovations with him, ...
Aug 19, 1993 ... Robert C. Maynard, a trailblazer for minority journalists who was the first black
editor and owner of a major daily newspaper in the United States ...
Robert C. Maynard, M.D., F.A.C.C. received his medical degree from Wayne
State University, Detroit, Michigan in 2000. He completed his Internal Medicine ...